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76ers vs. Bucks Preview

The shorthanded Philadelphia 76ers (8-3) are hosting the Milwaukee Bucks (4-6) tonight at 7:30 EST.

The injury report for tonight for the Sixers is Joel Embiid (Health & safety protocols) Out, Tobias Harris (Health & safety protocols) Out, Matisse Thybulle (Health & safety protocols) Out, Ben Simmons (Personal) Out, Isaiah Joe (Health & safety protocols) Out, Seth Curry (Left foot contusion) Questionable.

The Bucks injury report for tonight is Khris Middleton (Health & safety protocols) Out, Brook Lopez (Back soreness) Out, Donte DiVencenzo (Left ankle recovery) Out.

The 76ers coming off a back to back against the Knicks looks to come out tonight and put up a fight against the Bucks who have been dealing with their own personnel mess this season. They also haven't had a fully healthy team all season.

Tonight is a potential playoffs matchup and it will be the first time these teams meet up this season.

The 76ers, who looked fatigued last night, are looking to start this win streak over and get a good win against a competitive Milwaukee team.

The bench has been a huge help in the past week with our team falling apart with the Covid-19 outbreak, and injuries. This is the best we have seen our bench is years with role players stepping up like Georges Niang, Andre Drummond, Furkan Korkmaz, and Shake Milton.

The Bucks who have been struggling on their own, look to come into Philly and make some noise, as they have been very quiet this season.

Players to watch tonight:

76ers - Tyrese Maxey

Tyrese Maxey had a rough time driving to the basket last night against the Knicks, but his jumpshot was working out for him. He went 6-19 from the field and 3-6 from 3. Tonight, the Sixers are looking for Maxey to get the energy going with this team and I'm expecting a big game out of him tonight.

Bucks - Giannis Antetokounmpo

Of course he is the player to watch tonight. I mean come on, it's Giannis. Fresh off of a White House visit, him and the rest of the squad are looking to pick up more wins and he is going to make the Sixers work hard on defense.

Tune in to TNT tonight at 7:30 EST.

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